What will the world of education look like in, say, five years? With digital transformation, artificial intelligence, and new learning technologies reshaping how we work, learn, and interact, it’s hard to predict the future. But staying ahead of the curve requires continuous innovation and a forward-thinking mindset. Learners demand more from their educational experiences than […]
What is it? Momentum Learning defines a practice (for some, a philosophy) of pedagogy wherein the focus is, above all else, maintaining a steady pace on a series of learning activities through one or several interventions. Suppose that we think of a student’s motivation to learn as a renewable but not unlimited resource. Then the […]
NMC Horizon is a project by the New Media Consortium to “chart the landscape of emerging technologies” in learning and education. Since 2002, it has provided annual reports focusing on academic and research libraries, colleges and universities, K-12 institutions, and museums. Each report focuses on six key trends, six challenges, and six developments poised to […]
Moodle has improved many aspects of the classroom process and expanded the classroom’s reach to students around the world. But is that enough to consider a course interactive? How can I make sure the students is in a real, personal conversation with the subject? And how does my Moodle course allow them to contribute to the world conversations with a consolidated body […]
Matt Bury has wrote an article on the topic “Learning Styles, Mindsets and Adaptive Strategies“. The article exposes one of the many negative effects of using learning styles questionnaires and encouraging learners to adapt their learning strategies to them.